Vietnam: Dawn of a New Market

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China Library, 1997 - Social Science - 260 pages
This book is the third in a series on the key economies in Pacific Asia which can be used both as a practical handbook for the business person and entrepreneur and as a socio-economic study per se. The pace of change in Vietnam in the last ten years has astonished many and is likely to continue: hence the author's detailed evaluation of the 'recovery' of Vietnam since the war (in industrial, social, economic and political terms) in order to better judge the prospects of long-term economic growth and the viability of identified opportunities for international investment.

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